Posted 05/05/2012 16:27
5 years ago I attended a 9 month full time course studying for 14 professional exams which after many additional hours study evenings and weekends I managed an 89% average, all first time pass.
This took a monumental effort on my part as I'm not particularly academic and I do find it hard to maintain focus. I also know I have a pretty rubbish memory. For example I would cram say 15 different formula right up to the moment I walk in to the exam and the first thing I do when I open the paper is to hurriedly write all those formula down before I even read the first question. I'm sure you get the reasoning.
Circumstances at that time meant I was unable to immediately pursue a career in that profession and over the following 5 years to date my memory inevitably faded as I didn't practice the use of that hard earned knowledge.
Circumstances have changed such that I can now pursue that career for which ironically I am eminently qualified but can hardly remember a thing.
From what I have read on the forum, am I right in assuming that because the above knowledge was not memorised in the pMemory method, I cannot retrospectively use that method to recall it? i.e. I will have to memorise that old material all over again but using the pMemory method.